Kent County Council’s Early Help Grant supports new and existing not for profit organisations and innovative projects which contribute to meeting the local need and priorities for children and young people across all 12 districts.
The aim of the grant fund is to support local priorities whilst encouraging creativity through projects and services that improve outcomes for children and young people through a community based offer. Applications must addresses one or more of the districts local priorities
The minimum level of application will be £500, with no single grant exceeding £15,000.
Applicants can submit proposals to no more than four of the 12 districts. Multiple applications can be submitted to each district but no organisation can be awarded more than £15,000 per district.
All grants will operate on a 12 month basis. Grant funded projects and services must be able to provide evidence of impact against local priorities.
Deadline: Monday 23 December 2019, 12noon.
For more information and how to apply please click here.
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